|Posted on Saturday, December 09, 2006 - 4:47 am: || |
Hey guys(or anyone interested) if you see this post, would you respond with comments:
Apparently there have been some meds that MD's use to help kidney problems.
These I am not familiar with these prescription drugs, so do some research
on your own.
But I do have some information on an over the counter amino acid that
apparently has prevented kidney problems in a number of people. There was
published work from Stanford Medical Center a number of years ago on the use
of this amino acid ' L- arginine'.
The Endocrinologist that I see in Red Wood City, CA says he has not had any
patients that have had to go on Kidney Dialosis. He say none. I have been
using it for over 20 years of my 53 years on needing insulin. It is not
very expensive but I get it mail order ForMor International in Conway, AR.
It is primarly intended to help the health if the small vessels, so this
would mean helping the kidneys and the eyes.
This Endcrinologist is not bashful you can check his website from your
computer J Joseph Pendergast MD. at www.endocrinemetabolicc.com
Considering how importent this is, all of us need to be informed. I am also
active and taking it nightly.
Charles, DDS Dx T1 Oct 1953 at age 19
|Posted on Sunday, December 10, 2006 - 7:16 pm: || |
I think the link you want is this:
As for arginine helping the kidneys, there seem to be conflicting reports about that.
|Posted on Monday, December 11, 2006 - 5:36 pm: || |
Thanks Roy, will check that when I get back to my home computer!